Patients more more long-chain omega-3 fatty acids have a lower risk of distal colon cancer. Compared with the lowest quartile, fat intake in the highest quartile was risk risk of 39 % of cancer.
This finding warrants further studies, but we should be careful to draw conclusions about possible racial differences in the benefits of long-chain omega – 3 fatty acids in this study. .
Increasing the intake of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, which mainly can fish and seafood, be beneficial in the prevention of distal colon cancer, said Kim.The mission of the American Association for Cancer research is to prevent and cure cancer. Established in 1907, the AACR of the world’s oldest and largest professional organization dedicated to advancing cancer research includes. Membership 30,000 basic, translational and clinical researchers, health care professionals and cancer survivors and advocates in the United States and nearly 90 other countries. Continue reading “Patients more more long-chain omega-3 fatty acids have a lower risk of distal colon cancer.”